DPS Group, a privately-owned, global engineering, procurement, construction management and validation (EPCMV) firm serving high-tech process industries, today announced it has added Aimee Penko as its new Engineering Execution Manager. Reporting to Director of Engineering Andrew Harris, she will be responsible for driving multidisciplinary coordination and technical checks of project deliverables.
“Delivering the highest quality work for our clients is our top priority. Aimee’s engineering design quality control expertise and passion for continuous improvement makes Aimee a perfect fit for her new role at DPS. She will imbue a cross-functional quality by design culture into our deliverable execution strategies while maintaining conformance to company standards,” said Andrew. “We are proud to welcome Aimee and know she will continually refine our workflows to ensure that coordinated, best-in-class designs are consistently delivered to our clients.”
Based in the Philadelphia office, Aimee has over 30 years of technical design and leadership experience within the life sciences industry. Her experience encompasses championing continuous improvement of procedures and technical skills, identifying and mitigating project risks, and reviewing deliverables for multidisciplinary coordination while promoting a culture of technical excellence within the office. Her core knowledge skill set is in the automation, instrumentation & controls field with a broad understanding of all disciplines, design deliverables and project execution methodologies.
A member of the International Society of Automation (ISA) and the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE), Aimee earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Widener University.
Serving high-tech industries around the world, DPS Group delivers full-service engineering across a range of disciplines, including project management, procurement, design, construction management, health and safety management, commissioning, qualification, and validation (CQV), and facility start-up.